QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY

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HIGH SCHOOL OUTREACH PROGRAMS

Queen’s Summer Engineering Academy(QSEA)

Highschool Outreach Program

The program is a non-credit program that gives students in grade 10-12 the opportunity to focus on several topics in engineering.

Science Rendez-vous

Highschool Outreach Program

A national one-day public festival that showcases the passion and importance of science and research.  (This event has already passed for 2018)

Enrichment Studies Unit(ESU)

Highschool Outreach Program

For students in grade 7-12 to be provided with an enrichment opportunity at the campus of Queen’s University. They are innovative, hands on courses, taught by highly skilled instructors. (Registration opens December 1st)

Go ENG Girl

Highschool Outreach Program

A day-long camp for girls in grade 7 to 10 who are interested in learning about engineering at Queens. It includes the chance to listen to guest speakers, meet women who are currently in engineering and participate in hand-on activities.

SHAD

Highschool Outreach Program

Provides the experience of a 4 week enrichment program every July, where around 900 students across Canada gather to experience a unique experiential-learning program rooted in science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math. 

Queen’s Community Music

Highschool Outreach Program

Private lessons to group courses, ensembles, workshiships and performance opportunities. They provide the highest level of musical education to all ages

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SCIENCE CLUBS

Canadian Biomaterials Society-Kingston Student Chapter

University Student Club: Science

The scope of the Canadian Biomaterials Society-Kingston Student Chapter (CBS-KSC) is to support and enhance student research, education and interest in biomaterials and related fields

Queen’s Biomedical Innovation Team (QBIT)

University Student Club: Science

QBIT is an interdisciplinary design team focusing on biomedical device design and innovation.

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TECHNOLOGY CLUBS

Queen’s Network Security Team (NetSec)

University Student Club: Science

NetSec teaches students fundamentals of computer and network security. Team members put their skills to the test in an annual capture the flag style competition.

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ENGINEERING CLUBS

Queen’s University Engineering Society

University Student Club: Engineering

Formed in 1897, the Engineering Society of Queen’s University is one of the oldest representative bodies for engineering students in Canada and continues to be a leader in student initiatives.

Engineers Without Borders

University Student Club: Engineering

Engineers Without Borders is an organization on campus that invests in Queen’s students, to help them become tomorrow’s leaders for tackling major challenges of the 21st century.

Civil Club

University Student Club: Engineering

Civil Club is a committee of Undergraduate students elected to represent the Department of Civil Engineering’s Undergraduate student body. Striving to improve the quality of the Undergraduate experience within Civil Engineering.

Queen’s Undergraduate Electrical and Computer Engineering Club

University Student Club: Engineering

The Society for Queen's Electrical and Computer Engineering students.

Queen’s Space Engineering Team (QSET)

University Student Club: Engineering

Space is entering a new age. Private industries and innovators are overcoming the challenges that shape how we interact with our solar system. The process of overcoming these challenges will launch those involved to the forefront of space technology.

Queen’s Rocket Engineering Team (QRET)

University Student Club: Engineering

The Queen’s Rocket Engineering Team (QRET) is a team of students from Queen’s University that share a passion for design and construction of high speed aircraft for the space and aerospace industries.